Garnet W. Williams, beloved son of Carlton and Angela Williams, departed this life on Sunday, July 11, 2021, in Norfolk, Virginia.
Garnet was born in St. Catherine, Jamaica on September 12, 1982 where he would later relocate to the United States in the year of 1987. Garnett was the third of five siblings raised in Norfolk, Virginia in a loving home with a Christian and structured upbringing. He received his education in the Norfolk Public School System where he received his high school diploma from Lake Taylor High School in 2004.
He worked at Old Dominion University in the kitchen shortly after he graduated. He loved working and meeting new people, he always came home with a good story to tell.
Garnett better known as “G”, G-Money, and Uncle Garnett by his family and friends had a unique and genuine relationship with everyone that he crossed paths with. He enjoyed playing video games and football, in addition to spending time with his family and friends. He was the life of the party and enjoyed dancing and singing; he had a profound love for music made by Lil Black and would often watch his music videos with his nephew when visiting his sister’s home.
Garnet’s mother, Angela Williams leads the family in mourning and cherishing his memory. Garnet is also survived by his father, Carlton Williams; grandmother Dahlia Williams; four siblings, Sweelette, Damian, Kevin and Marvin Williams; sister-in-law, Lawuan Williams; four nephews, Daequan and Donaven Williams, Mekhi and KaeJuan Marks; five nieces, Trinity Jones-Williams, Journey Campbell-Williams, Kazirah Marks, Shantaija Williams and India Crooke; one great nephew Zaire Williams; a host of aunts, uncles, family and friends.
Preceding Garnet in death are his grandparents Victoria Hughes and Edward McKenzie.
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